HOW MUCH NUISANCE ARE YOU WORTH?
It’s a special episode of The Afro-Existential Podcast, as we look back at some of our favorite moments from the past 40 episodes. We have an excerpt from our interview with filmmaker, and Tony Award-Winning actress Tonya Pinkins. She explains the term “nuisance value”, and her experience working on Jelly’s Last Jam with George Wolfe and Gregory Hines. What Charlayne Woodard told her to do, and she talks about snatching a weave out of somebody’s head! From our Breakthrough Interview Series, we talk with the former prison inmate, Rich Loya. He talks about working for actor Tim Robbins, and the breakthrough moment that helped him become the current Program Manager for The Actors' Gang Prison Project.
Would you move a dead body two miles for one million dollars? That’s the dilemma that the Mulligan family is facing in our audio play production of Dead Wait. Listen to a sneak peek before you make any plans. It’s available now on the Broadway Podcast Network. All that and a lot more fun in this special best of episode of the Afro-Existential Podcast – an audio play and podcast in one.
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